JRC Gets New Staff Additions

Monday, May 20, 2002
Japan Radio Company, Ltd., announces the addition of three new members to the staff in North America. Buddy Morgan is national sales manager in light marine and commercial fishing, Dennis Hogan is high seas sales manager and Patricia Beth Barker is public relations and marketing coordinator. 2003 begins the introduction of a new line of cutting edge Marine Electronics with innovative designs and advanced technology, which is an expansion into the pleasure craft Marine Electronics sector. Buddy Morgan brings over twenty years of experience in product development, sales and management with VEI, Datamarine, Simrad, Trimble and Raytheon. His extensive knowledge in all aspects of sales, service, support and marketing makes him a key player in JRC’s move to the forefront. In addition to working with our distribution partners, he will be involved in new product development. Dennis Hogan worked with Sperry Marine Systems as the East Coast Sales and Service manager, then went on to developing his own company, Nav-control Inc, providing marine electronics to the High Seas industry for both navigation and engine room automation and simulation. Dennis most recently was with Raytheon as the International Sales Manager and Marisoft as a maritime consultant providing marketing services for maritime software products. Patricia Beth Barker has worked in various segments of the media industry for over fifteen years, including Dockside Magazine and The Seattle Times. An avid boating enthusiast and a former board member of the Women’s Yacht Racing Fleet of San Diego she has an understanding and knowledge of the Marine market.
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